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Community & Stakeholder Project Manager

£32,000 per annum.

Full-time equivalent, Permanent, Hybrid flexible working.

 

An exciting and diverse role has arisen and we are looking for a passionate, diverse, and confident Project Manager to join our expanding team.

 

The Motherhood Group raises awareness of Black maternal issues, reduces the stigma of mental challenges within the community, and provides peer-to-peer support, free doula support, and free counselling support. The grassroots organisation also delivers training workshops to healthcare professionals, higher education institutions and other organisations to ensure Black mothers' voices are amplified, recognised and cultural competency is implemented in their work ethos. 

The Motherhood Group delivers National campaigns, collaborates with decision-makers to influence policy, co-produces within national research to improve Black Maternal Health, as well implementing digital and non-digital platforms to support mothers to improve long-term health outcomes. The Motherhood Group pioneered the UK's first-ever awareness week highlighting the disparities of Black women's maternal mental health outcomes and issues; Black Maternal Mental Health Week UK. 

Founded in 2016 by Sandra Igwe, The Motherhood Group has since supported almost 4000 mothers and birthing people, collaborated with just over 300 organisations, trained approximately 700 professionals, and successfully facilitated over 100 events.

About you:

The ideal candidate will thrive in a start-up social enterprise-style environment and will possess the experience to manage most projects within the organisation.

Your duties will include but are not limited to the following:

  • Successfully managing, delivering and reporting on all assigned projects.

  • Great attention to detail and due diligence with an ownership mentality.

  • Confidently managing your own workflow as well as that of your team and the organisation and delegation of tasks and sprints.

  • Develop, maintain and oversee the implementation of outlined project management methodologies.

  • Instrumental in the development of the organisations internal and external policies and procedures.

  • You will be required to market and manage our engagement and output on projects and programmes, such as:

    • Events

    • Workshops

    • Awareness Weeks and our own annual Black Maternal Mental Health Week.

    • Black Mums Fest

    • Focus Groups

    • Peer Support Initiatives

    • Community Engagement Projects

    • Training Sessions

    • Collaborations

    • Activism and Advocacy campaigns

  • Experienced in delivering on multiple projects simultaneously at various stages, demonstrating strong organisational skills.

  • To ensure that projects work towards a culture of continuous improvement which delivers the best outcomes for people supported

  • Able to communicate effectively through written and verbal means and comfortable liaising with clients, stakeholders other individuals and organisations at all levels, adapting accordingly to engage and inform the relevant audience.

  • Preferably to have experience in Project Management, preferably in the social enterprise sector.

 

If you are looking for a new and meaningful position for the next step in your career, we would love to hear from you. We are keen to hear from a diverse range of people so if you possess the right skills and believe you would be the right fit for The Motherhood Group, please forward your CV and Cover Letter to: info@themotherhoodgroup.com with the subject line: Project Manager Job

 

In addition, please include any lived experience that may be applicable to the position in your cover letter.

 

Desirable: Bachelor's Degree in Project Management, Business Management, Business Administration, Event Management or equivalent.

 

Required: Minimum of 2 years in Project Management, Business Management or Event Management.

 

Must be available for interview week commencing 12th September 2022 - Details to be confirmed on successful application.

 

Closing Date 8th September 2022